Lesson 6 Be the Change Practice Understanding

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1.

Graph the following linear equations on the grid. The equation has been graphed for you. For each new equation explain what the number does to the graph of . Pay attention to the -intercept, the -intercept, and the slope. Identify what changes in the graph and what stays the same.

Graph of the line y = x on a coordinate plane where the x axis goes from -10 to 10 and the y axis goes from -10 to 10. x–10–10–10–5–5–5555101010y–10–10–10–5–5–5555101010000

2.

The graph of is given. For each equation, predict what you think the number will do to the graph. Then graph the equation.

Prediction:

Graph of the line y = x on a coordinate plane where the x axis goes from -10 to 10 and the y axis goes from -10 to 10. x–10–10–10–5–5–5555101010y–10–10–10–5–5–5555101010000

Prediction:

Set

For each relation given:

  1. Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

  2. Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

  3. Describe the type of growth.

  4. Express the relation in the indicated form.

3.

The Driver Education course started with students. Students complete the course by passing the driving examination. After the first month, there were students in the course, after the next month , then

a.

Is it function? (If not, skip parts b–d.)

A.

Yes

B.

No

b.

Is the function linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither?

A.

linear

B.

exponential

C.

quadratic

D.

neither

c.

How does it change?

d.

Make a graph. Label your axes and the scale.

a blank grid

4.

a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

A.

Yes

B.

No

b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

A.

linear

B.

exponential

C.

quadratic

D.

neither

c.

How does it change?

d.

Write the explicit equation.

5.

A continuous graph that goes from (3, 3) to (0, 0) and then changes direction at (0, 0) and goes to (3, -3) xy

a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

A.

Yes

B.

No

b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

A.

linear

B.

exponential

C.

quadratic

D.

neither

c.

How does it change?

d.

Create a table.

6.

Distance traveled in feet based on the speed in mph the baseball leaves the bat.

Graph of a line that passes through (85, 220), (90, 247), (95, 275), (100, 304), and (110, 365) xy200200200250250250300300300350350350400400400(85, 220)(85, 220)(85, 220)(90, 247)(90, 247)(90, 247)(95, 275)(95, 275)(95, 275)(100, 304)(100, 304)(100, 304)(105, 334)(105, 334)(105, 334)(110, 365)(110, 365)(110, 365)

a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

A.

Yes

B.

No

b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

A.

linear

B.

exponential

C.

quadratic

D.

neither

c.

How does it change?

d.

Predict the distance the baseball flies, if it leaves the bat at a speed of .

Go

7.

Match each function in A-G with an equivalent function in 1–7.

  1. ___

  2. ___

    Graph of a parabola passing through (-3, 0), (-1, -4) and (1, 0) x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5000
  3. ___

    I put in a savings account that pays interest compounded annually. I plan to leave it in the bank for years. What amount will I have then?

  4. ___

    The area of the triangles.

    Three triangles. Triangle 1: base 2 inches, height 2 inches. Triangle 2: base 4 inches, height 3 inches. Triangle 3: base 6 inches, height 4 inches.
  5. ___

  6. ___

  7. ___

  1. Four plotted points. A (0, 5) B (1, 3) C (3, -1) D (4, -3) x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000AAABBBCCCDDD
  2. Graph of a line passing through A (0, 5) B (1, 3) C (2, 1) D (3, -1) x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000AAABBBCCCDDD